A murdered aristocrat. A molested donkey. How a firearms officer negotiates a urinal at the Olympics. The author has spent a decade as a British police constable. He has seen a world of baffling incidents, bizarre mismanagement, and decent people trying to make it work.
This is a dance through the career of a sensitive and intelligent person - a journey that most of us would not choose. It's also a candid exposé of the police state within the police force. Senior officers don't want this published, but it's the truth against their propaganda.